CEFC

Yu Ting-Fai

Contact

Email : [email protected]

Affiliation

Professeur adjoint (Assistant professor), en études de genre, Monash University Malaysia

Research fields

  • Études queer asiatiques
  • Cultures sinophones
  • Migration et mobilité
  • Anthropologie

Curriculum

2019-2022: Professeur adjoint (Assistant Professor) en études de genre, Monash University Malaysia
2021-2022: Responsable de recherche (migrations dans la région asiatique), Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre
2021: Chercheur invité, International Center for Cultural Studies, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University
2019: Chercheur invité, Global Asia Research Center, National Taiwan University
2018-2019: Chargé de recherche, International Institute for Asian Studies, Leiden University
2017-2018: Assistant de recherche, Centre d’études français sur la Chine contemporaine (CEFC), Hong Kong
2012-2017: Doctorat, études de genre (anthropologie), The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Publications

Articles in peer-reviewed journals:

“Queer Sinophone Malaysia: Language, Transnational Activism, and the Role of Taiwan.” Journal of Intercultural Studies (Forthcoming).
2021. “Queer Migration across the Sinophone World: Queer Chinese Malaysian Students’ Educational Mobility to Taiwan.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 47(15): 3549-3563.
2021. “Spatialities of Queer Globalization: Middle- and Working-class Hong Kong Gay Men’s Subjective Constructions of Homophobia.” Sexualities 24(4): 636-653.
2020. “Reconfiguring Queer Asia as Disjunctive Modernities: Notes on the Subjective Production of Working-class Gay Men in Hong Kong.” Journal of Homosexuality 67(6): 863-884.
2018. “Class as a Method to Localise Queer Studies in Hong Kong.” Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography 28(2): 309-312.
2018. “Contextualising the National Anthem Law in Mainland China and Hong Kong: Football as a Field of Political Contention.” China Perspectives 2018/3: 79-82.
2017. “The Imprisonment of Occupy Student Leaders: Public Reactions and Debates over Hong Kong’s Judicial Independence.” China Perspectives 2017/4: 59-62.

Book reviews:

2021. “Bubbles and Machines: Gender, Information and Financial Crises, by Micky Lee.” Journal of Cultural Economy. 14(1): 121-123.
2019. “The Cosmopolitan Dream: Transnational Chinese Masculinities in a Global Age, edited by Derek Hird and Geng Song.” Feminist Encounters: A Journal of Critical Studies in Culture and Politics 3(1-2). URL: https://doi.org/10.20897/femenc/5927
2017. “Borderlands: Towards an Anthropology of the Cosmopolitan Condition, by Michel Agier.” Transitions: Journal of Transient Migration 1(2): 269-271.
2017. “Rethinking Sexual Citizenship, by Jyl J. Josephson.” H-Citizenship, H-Net Reviews. URL: http://www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.php?id=46906
2017. “Tongzhi Living: Men Attracted to Men in Postsocialist China, by Tiantian Zheng.” WagRev: Women and Gender in Chinese Studies Review 12. URL: http://www.wagnet.ox.ac.uk/wagrev/journals/issue12.html

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